Mark-Eric Jones, Vice President and General Manager of
Intellectual Property to Discuss “Myths and Realities in Low Power
Designs for Mobile Applications”

    WHO: Mark-Eric Jones, vice president and general manager of
    Intellectual Property, MoSys (www.mosys.com)

    WHAT: Semico Impact Conference Series – Convergence and
    Connectivity 2003

    WHEN: Tuesday, July 29, 2003
    2:00 – 3:15 p.m.

    WHERE: Silicon Valley Conference Center
    San Jose, Calif.

    DETAILS:

    Mark-Eric Jones will examine today’s requirements for lower power in
    mobile and handheld applications in his panel presentation, “Myths and
    Realities in Low Power Designs for Mobile Applications.”

    Topics examined will include:

    — Power tradeoffs of embedding memories versus external memories

    — Optimizing memory size for power consumption

    — Active versus idle power and leakage control

Jones will also present real-world examples to illustrate the various
low-power options available to the SoC designer. Additional panelists
for this session include Amkor Technology and Samsung.

Media attendance to Semico’s Convergence and Connectivity 2003
conference is free. To register, please visit
https://www.semico.com/impact/register.htm

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